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Spluttering Real Madrid 'did what they had to do' vs. Numancia - Zidane

13 Enero 2018
Spluttering Real Madrid 'did what they had to do' vs. Numancia - Zidane

Hazard's father, Thierry, revealed in December that his son had rejected a new contract offer from the Blues, with one offer reported to be worth €17.6million (£15.5million).

The Spanish and European champions are 16 points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona, although they have a game in hand, and face a daunting two-legged tie with Paris Saint-Germain in their bid to win a third consecutive Champions League.

Bolstering his squad in the January transfer window is not something Zidane will do readily after repeating his stance that signing players out of season is his preferred method.

Zidane chose to rest some of his big players in the clash against Numancia keeping the La Liga and Champions League campaigns in mind. "I accept what is being said, but there are lots of positive things coming out of this team at the minute".

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In his incredible first two seasons at the Bernabeu, Zidane won one La Liga and two Champions League titles along with UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup. Stating that the things would remain as they are currently and that the contract doesn't guarantee anything, Zidane said that the contract doesn't change anything. "We have to find that positive energy and keep moving forward". I don't see it that way but it is what it is.

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Former captain Fernando Hierro has defended and called for the club to be sensible as the pressure grows on the manager.

"I don't need anyone".

The Belgian has played a large part in his club's success so far this season, scoring six goals and adding two assists in the league to help the club hold firm in the top four.

Karim Benzema has resumed training following injury but will not be rushed back into action.